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Bridge to Terabithia by (Allumination Filmwor 16 February 2007 / $9.98) - See Rogan's Media Column for his writeup of this film: Bridge to Terabithia (see review)

February 2007 Media Reviews by Rogan Marshall ( 05 February 2007 / ) - Every January, the Hollywood studios carefully release and promote arty B-list awards favorites; this year, the science fiction and fantasy genres are directly affected. (see review)

Ghost Rider by Mark Steven Johnson (screenplay) (Sony Pictures 16 February 2007 / ) - See Rogan's Media Column for his writeup of this film.: Ghost Rider
(see review)

The Astronaut Farmer by Mark Polish (writer/director) ( 23 February 2007 / ) - Directed by: Michael Polish
Writing credits (WGA): Mark Polish

Cast:

    Billy Bob Thornton .... Charles Farmer
    Virginia Madsen .... Audrey "Audie" Farmer
    Max Thieriot .... Shepard Farmer
    Jasper Polish .... Stanley Farmer
    Logan Polish .... Sunshine Farmer
    Bruce Dern .... Hal
    Mark Polish .... FBI Agent Mathis
    Jon Gries .... FBI Agent Killbourne
    Tim Blake Nelson .... Kevin Munchak
    Sal Lopez .... Pepe Garcia
    J.K. Simmons .... Jacobson
    Kiersten Warren .... Phyllis
    Rick Overton .... Arnold "Arnie" Milan
    Richard Edson .... Chopper Miller
    Elise Eberle .... Madison Roberts
(see review)

The Dresden Files: Birds Of A Feather (Pilot) by (Sci-Fi Channel January 21, 2007 / ) - Jim Butcher's gritty but likable urban wizard, Harry Dresden, has arrived on the SciFi Channel, and we're pleased, if not enchanted, with the result. Paul Blackthorne is terrific as Harry, the Chicago PI/Wizard, but Valerie Cruz doesn't quite fill Lt. Connie Murphy's shoes, and Terrence Mann's role as spectral adviser (a paler Giles) is channeling a bit too much Tim Curry. But we've only seen the pilot, "Birds of a Feather" and there's every chance that the characters will settle into their roles after a few more shows. It's certainly good enough to give them a season to pull it together. (see review)

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